Scientists develop machine learning tool that can suggest which bacteria is resistant to antibiotics
Machine learning was able to identify 24 new antibiotic resistance genes in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
The system can determine the smallest doses that are still effective at treating tumours
There is too much vendor hype in the security space
James Robbins of ArrowXL says that AI is no longer 'tomorrow's technology'
Machine learning and video analytics will identify guests live on-screen
But it's not ready to replace doctors just yet, admits researcher.
'Learn with Google' portal will enable anyone to learn about AI and machine learning
Systems-on-a-chip with integrated AI features could make voice and facial recognition
People don't want to appear stupid in front of so-called smart assistants, suggest researchers
Google spills some details on its deep learning chips
Microsoft reveals plans to add document translation, intelligent-threat detection and shorthand recognition to Office 365
Rolls-Royce chief digital officer Neil Crockett plans to use big data for efficiency and profit
21.1 billion transistors should deliver 110 teraflops of GPU compute horsepower
Thought a career in computing would be a job for life? Think again, suggest Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers
Enigma Pattern spun up 2,000 virtual machines to decrypt messages
Communications between man and machine rely on context
A new RSA report urges coders to sign a 'Hippocratic Oath' before embarking on AI programmes.
IBM's trained AI model achieved 33.8 per cent accuracy, beating the previous record of 29.8 per cent set by Microsoft in October 2014
Over 30 per cent of existing roles in the UK will go in the next 15 years, thanks to AI, robotics and automation
Intel claims 'world first' in artificial intelligence that can be plugged-in almost anywhere
Google pledges to take on more staff as well, though
Microsoft targets data scientists with machine learning tools on Apache Spark
Machine learning and AI will require a new framework of rights, including regulation, claims Royal Society
Is there nothing that IBM Watson can't turn its electronic hands to?